About Us

Dr Yvonne Goh
Dip Dermatology

“Investing in healthy skin makes much more sense than investing in make-up and concealers to mask bad skin.”

Dr Yvonne Goh completed her medical degree at University College Dublin and went on to attain her post-graduate Dip Dermatology (National University of Singapore). Dr Goh has since been a medical practitioner in the private sector with special interest in aesthetics for many years and has become well-respected for her expertise in this field.

Trained under the mentorship of internationally renowned dermatologists and plastic surgeons and having received extensive post-graduate training from the United States, Europe and Asia, Dr Yvonne Goh incorporates the best of their techniques into her own unique treatment protocols tailored to the specific needs of her local and expatriate patients. To keep abreast with the latest in medical science and technology in this field, Dr Goh attends conferences and workshops regularly worldwide and is an active speaker on topics on Aesthetic and Anti-Aging medicine. She has also made numerous media appearances in interviews with regional newspapers, women's magazines, and television.

Dr Yvonne Goh runs her own private aesthetic practice – Dr Yvonne Goh Aesthetics at Camden Medical Centre, a boutique style clinic where patients can enjoy their treatments in total privacy and comfort. Well-versed in the latest in skin treatments and technology, Dr Goh has helped her patients overcome a wide range of aesthetic issues. Being a firm advocator of non-invasive approach, Dr Goh believes that aesthetic issues can be overcome using safe techniques with minimal or no downtime. She strongly believes in prevention, as many of these treatments give optimal, ever more effective results when sought early. It is always better to prevent than to reverse the signs of aging.

After extensive research into the latest in cosmoceutical science, Dr Goh has developed her own clinical skincare line to address specific skin conditions. Embracing an integrated approach, her focus and commitment is in enhancing her patients’ natural beauty by freshening and polishing up their look through non-invasive, results-driven treatment programs.


How safe are non-invasive aesthetics in 2015?

Dr Yvonne Goh from Camden Medical Centre, Singapore discusses the rising trend in lunchtime cosmetic procedures and tips for sprucing up with botox, fillers, non-surgical facelifts, CoolSculpting and more on Channel NewsAsia.

Channel News Asia Jul 2015

*We cannot display this video due to Ministry
of Health Singapore guidelines as it contains Botox,
Fillers & CoolSculpting before-after photos.